Meet Maggie Germaine, a gymnast for Arizona State early in the 2000s. In 2003 Maggie was ranked number two in the nation on floor at one point. She was a strong member of what was a strong Arizona team that year. In a meet against UCLA that year Maggie earned an all-around score that was Arizona's second highest ever.
In her career she scored nine perfect tens, six of which were given on her best event, floor.
Why is Maggie interesting? Because she achieved all this while towering over her competitors. If you thought Svetlana Khorkina was tall at 5'5", or Marie-Sophie Hindermann positively huge at 5'7", then Maggie Germaine was a giantess at her height of 5'8"!!
Unlike those elite gymnasts, Maggie was not strong on bars. In fact, though she did nice routines, she laboured through her swings and had to significantly pike down to finish her double layout dismount.
But on floor, especially at collegiate level- where she didn't have to do incredibly difficult tumbling required of elite gymnasts- she could really shine. Despite having some very 'college' choreography, Maggie had some style on floor, and it is fun to watch someone so tall command the space. It certainly gave her 'presence'.
This routine is an early one, but in 2004, she earned five tens in one year. Unfortunately, I am yet to find a video of that routine, which I assume is different.
When she finished college Maggie continued as an assistant volunteer coach with the Arizona team, while working at other clubs in the area. She also married her on-again-off-again college boyfriend Andre Ethier, who now plays pro baseball for the Los Angeles Dodgers. They have a son together.